Today, 1 in 5 people in the Bay Area have less than $400 in their bank account. That’s one emergency away from not being able to afford their basic needs. COVID-19 is that emergency that could mean the difference between having a home and being evicted. We are raising $30 million as quickly as possible to stabilize the non-profits working tirelessly to support low-income individuals and families hit hardest by this crisis.

In this time of increased need, our community is rallying together to provide critical support for our neighbors who don’t have the resources to make ends meet, let alone weather this crisis. Our community needs you—act now.

Tipping Point’s Board covers 100% of our operating costs, so every dollar donated will go where it’s needed most to fight poverty and support low-income communities.

Tipping Point Community COVID-19 Briefing with Governor Newsom

Tipping Point Announces $30 Million Goal

MEETING THE URGENT NEED

MEETING THE URGENT NEED

Low-income + unhoused people are relying on Bay Area non-profits more than ever before.

Tipping Point’s grantees connect with over 250,000 people annually, with most of these clients earning less than $32,000 a year. Demand for services has increased – and will likely skyrocket – as individuals and families struggle to get by due to loss of work and wages, increased need for childcare, inadequate health benefits, housing insecurity, and homelessness.

RESPONDING IN THIS TIME OF CRISIS

RESPONDING IN THIS TIME OF CRISIS

Our aim is to stabilize non-profits on the frontlines + get cash to our neighbors who need it the most.

Our steadfast philosophy is to provide flexible funds to the most promising organizations with proven leaders. We are distributing emergency funding as quickly as possible, with grants being given every two weeks. The majority of funding will be allocated to the non-profits in our portfolio with the greatest need. We are also looking into groups outside our portfolio to ensure we’re reaching as many people as possible who need support in this unparalleled time.

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